After years of menstrual equity advocacy from student groups, Georgetown will expand free access to menstrual products in campus buildings.
In the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race, former Georgia House of Representatives member Stacey Abrams could have become the first Black female governor in American history. While the election ended in... Read more
Trailer 1 — The Witches (2020) Sarah: I loved Roald Dahl books as a child, so I am always excited to see an adaptation of one of his classic stories.... Read more
With “Title IX for a New Generation” class canceled in the spring, students reflect on its influence
Georgetown’s groundbreaking class on Title IX, “Title IX for a New Generation,” has been canceled for the Spring 2021 semester. The course, offered in the Women’s and Gender Studies (WGST)... Read more
The start of the Fall 2020 semester threw many Georgetown students into financial panic. As students tried to determine whether they could afford to attend school virtually and secure a... Read more
Amid a slew of resignations and criticism of GUSA, the GUSA Senate extended the petition period for candidates to get on the ballot for the Senate elections beginning on Sept.... Read more
This year’s Council of Advisory Boards (CAB) fair, held from Aug. 29 to Sept. 1, traded tables sprawled across Healy and Copley Lawns advertising campus organizations for a series of... Read more